A cold front will march south and east, and scattered storms will form along it in an environment characterized by weak wind shear but strong to extreme instability. There may be enough in the atmosphere to organize a supercell or two, which would increase the large hail risk on a local level. However, storm coverage will be spotty today.

Storms should begin to form 3-5 p.m. along the front from northwest Arkansas, southeast Oklahoma, and into north and central Texas. Damaging wind gusts will be possible with the strongest storms. The tornado risk is very low, but any supercell that can maintain itself towards sunset will need to be watched to be sure as low-level winds do modestly increase.